Sustainable Housing & Equitable Development

Building Stable Foundations for Accessible and Inclusive Communities

Call Us @ 314-782-SHED (7433)

Our programs

Volunteer Home Maintenance Program

SHED acts as coordinator and leader of volunteer activities to assist residents with exterior home maintenance, including painting, yard work, and repairs.

Home Rehab Program

The program will perform more substantial exterior and interior rehab & maintenance, involving community youth for hands-on experience in construction and landscaping.

Youth Career Development

Students will be offered career pathways in the construction/landscaping trades through in-class, volunteer, and paid employment opportunities.

Delivering help and hope to University City

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Who we are

SHED works to strengthen housing equity for low- to moderate-income residents of University City.

We partner with local nonprofits, faith-based organizations, academic institutions, city government, the school district, and other area service providers.

Our vision is to strengthen 3rd Ward neighborhoods through home ownership, access to affordable housing, and career pathways for local youth.

NEW: Our 2021 Annual Report

Our 3-year strategic plan

SHED News & Updates

SHED is Hiring a New Executive Director

SHED seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization’s efforts to execute its mission. The ED will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of SHED and working with the board on long-term strategic planning and program implementation. For more information or to apply, click here.

SHED Featured In St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The carpenters at the job site wield circular saws and nail guns, wearing steel-toed boots, tool belts and safety goggles. They look like a professional construction crew, but they’re University City High School students working for credit. Read More…

Our 2021 Annual Report is Out!

What an incredible year 2021 has been for SHED! Twice as many homes were serviced this year as last! SHED reached a milestone of 500 U City residents served since its inception in 2009! Read More…

SHED Featured In UCity Pride

When He Started His Sophomore Year At University City High School, Da’Shaun Calicutt Knew That College Was Not For Him. It Was A Confusing Time As He Went To School Uncertain About Why He Was There And His Future. Read More…